There are so many films that only give us one point of view: the protagonist’s. And in a thriller that can make it easy to pick the villain and the hero. But the indie film 'Sympathy, Said the Shark' flips the camera around--literally. The audience sees the action unfold from every character’s point of view. It’s playing tonight at Chicago’s Facets Multimedia. The film's writer and director, David Lawrence, as well as co-producer (and Chicago-native) Casey Morris joined us to discuss their work.